Shooting Vegetarians

Neil has been a vegetarian for one thousand two hundred and sixty three days. He and his girlfriend Daisy like to spend their days skateboarding, drinking organic coffee, and driving around talking about the state of the world. Their idyllic existence is shattered when Neil’s father, Vic, reveals his grand plan for Neil to become

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Neil has been a vegetarian for one thousand two hundred and sixty three days. He and his girlfriend Daisy like to spend their days skateboarding, drinking organic coffee, and driving around talking about the state of the world. Their idyllic existence is shattered when Neil’s father, Vic, reveals his grand plan for Neil to become a third generation butcher, and work with him in the Father and Son butcher shop.

Comments

J. C Clark says:

A reprehensible, stupid and insulting movie The “Noble hero stands up to evil and goes out in a blaze of glory” plot has been around since Homer. A staple of medieval chansons, cowboy stories, and the Medal of Honor, it is one of our most powerful and inspiring memes. However, when abused, it can degenerate into puerility or downright offensiveness. In this case, it transcends even offensive and becomes vile.I read about this film somewhere and requested it via Blockbuster. It arrived broken; I re-requested it, and it arrived…

William E. Adams says:

When the best thing about a film is the title, it is in trouble… and this effort, with low budget, and seemingly low skill levels all around, definitely does not live up to the cleverness of its title. Lead actor Diaz shows a bit of potential, but the script is deadly dull, as is the plot, the camera work, the soundtrack, the costumes, and everything and everyone else. After watching this because a dear friend wanted my opinion, I then viewed it a second time, only at eight times normal speed. Gosh darn, it STILL was dull, only less offensive because no…

RHC says:

Meat Is Murder Shooting Vegetarians is a surprisingly thought-provoking film that should be watched by all viewers, from meat-eaters to vegetarians to vegans.The young hero of our film is Neil, and he is a vegetarian. Our hero initially doesn’t appear too concerned with why he’s a vegetarian. On occasion, he preaches half-heartedly about the abuse cows endure when they’re manufactured for food. Neil’s half-heartedness may be contributed to the world’s indifference to his convictions…

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